Friends In Low Places Song Lyrics and Chords


Friends In Low Places Song Lyrics and Chords by Garth Brooks


Friends In Low Places
Recorded by Garth Brooks
Written by Dewayne Blackwell and Earl Bud Lee
Blame it all on my roots I showed up in boots
ruined your black tie affair
last one to know the last one to show
I was the  
last one you thought you'd see there

And I saw the surprise and the fear in his eyes

When I  
took his glass of champagne
toasted you said honey we may be through
But you'll never hear me complain
I got friends in low places
Where the whiskey drowns and the beer chases
blues away and I'll  
I'm not big on social graces
I think I'll step on out to the oasis
I've got friends  
in low  
Well I guess I was wrong I just don't belong
then I've been there before
thing's all right I'll just say goodnight
And I'll  
show myself to the door
Hey I didn't mean to cause a big scene
give me an hour and then
be as high as that ivory tower

That you're living in

Repeat #3 x3




Who sang the the song Friends In Low Places?
- The song Friends In Low Places was sang by Garth Brooks.


Who is Garth Brooks?
- Troyal Garth Brooks (born February 7, 1962) is an American singer and songwriter. His integration of rock and pop elements into the country genre has earned him popularity, particularly in the United States with success on the country music single and album charts, multi-platinum recordings and record-breaking live performances, while also crossing over into the mainstream pop arena.As of 2020, Brooks is now the only artist in music history to have released nine albums that achieved diamond status in the United States (surpassing the Beatles' former record of six) those albums are Garth Brooks (diamond), No Fences (17× platinum), Ropin' the Wind (14× platinum), The Chase (diamond), In Pieces (diamond), The Hits (diamond), Sevens (diamond), Double Live (21× platinum), and The Ultimate Hits (diamond). Since 1989, Brooks has released 23 records in all, which include 13 studio albums, two live albums, three compilation albums, three Christmas albums and four box sets, along with 77 singles. He has won several awards in his career, including two Grammy Awards, 17 American Music Awards (including "Artist of the '90s") and the RIAA Award for best-selling solo albums artist of the century in the U.S.
Troubled by conflicts between career and family, Brooks retired from recording and performing from 2001 until 2005. During this time, he sold millions of albums through an exclusive distribution deal with Walmart and sporadically released new singles. In 2005, Brooks started a partial comeback, giving select performances and releasing two compilation albums. In 2009, he began Garth at Wynn, a periodic weekend concert residency at Las Vegas' Encore Theatre from December 2009 to January 2014. Following the conclusion of the residency, Brooks announced his signing with Sony Music Nashville in July 2014. In September 2014, he began his comeback world tour, with wife and musician Trisha Yearwood, which culminated in 2017. This was followed by his Stadium Tour, which began in 2019. His most recent album, Fun, was released in November 2020.
Brooks is one of the world's best-selling music artists, having sold more than 170 million records. As of 2020, according to the RIAA, he is the best-selling solo albums artist in the United States with 156 million domestic units sold, ahead of Elvis Presley, and is second only to the Beatles in total album sales overall. Brooks was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on October 21, 2012, having been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame the year before. He was also inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2016 with his studio musicians, The G-Men. On March 4, 2020, Brooks received the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. At age 58, he is the youngest recipient of the award.On January 20, 2021, Brooks performed "Amazing Grace" at the inauguration of Joe Biden. He said his performance was an opportunity "to serve" and is a "statement of unity."

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